Month: September 2014

Environmental Memory and Change in Medieval Iceland, August 2014 – Part 2 (The bit with all the photos)

To give you a bit more of an idea what it was like in Iceland, I’m doing a second post! (Hold your cheers) We began with a truly epic bus journey (like, 12 hours worth of epic) through the central highland of Iceland, from Reykjavik to the Bárðardalur valley.  The route is an ancient one, called Kjölur […]

Environmental Memory and Change in Medieval Iceland, August 2014 – Part 1 (The Academic Bit).

So this is the post where I finally explain what on earth I was doing for two weeks in a remote valley in Northern Iceland! (Apart from making friends with sheep). Well, this summer I was lucky enough to get a place on a very unique style of interdisciplinary graduate course in Iceland, run by […]